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L3Harris Technologies Unveils Four ‘Mission-Focused’ Business Segments

L3Harris Technologies (NYSE: LHX), the new company formed by the merger of defense contractors Harris and L3 Technologies, has organized its operations into four business segments with the goal to help government and commercial customers address mission requirements.

Melbourne, Fla.-based L3Harris said Monday it expects to generate $17B in annual revenue through its operating businesses that will offer a range of technology platforms in the air, sea, land, space and cyber areas.

Sean Stackley, former president of L3’s communications and networked systems group and a U.S. Navy veteran, will lead the integrated mission systems segment of the combined company.

Ed Zoiss, previously head of Harris’ electronic systems unit, will be president of the space and airborne systems segment.

Dana Mehnert, who led the communications systems business at Harris and a 35-year company veteran, will serve in a similar capacity at the merged entity.

Todd Gautier, a three-decade industry veteran and former head of L3’s precision engagement sector, will lead the aviation systems segment.

In the same announcement, L3Harris said its 12-member board includes Chairman and CEO William Brown; and Vice Chairman, President and Chief Operating Officer Christopher Kubasik (2019 Wash100 recipient).

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